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New work by Location One's first International Fellow, British sculptor Conrad Shawcross.
A life of their Own Lismore Castle Arts 26 April – 30 September 2008 http://www.lismorecastlearts.ie/ Academia: Qui es-tu La Chapelle de LâEcole National SupĂ©rieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris 10 September – 23 November 2008 http://www.ensba.fr/English/ Light Perpetual Jenaer Kunstverein, Germany 24 September – 5 November 2008 http://www.jenaer-kunstverein.de/ausstellungen.html Rendez-vous 08 Musee d’art Contemporain, Lyon 19 September [...]
Katia Kameli (France) is a Franco-Algerian artist and filmmaker whose practice is marked by the exploration of multiplicity and the in-between. In her video, photography and sculpture work, the artist investigates intercultural spaces, intersecting identities and their construction. As she herself says: âFluxes of people are automatically creating hybridisations, indeed new spaces, thoughts and situations.â
April 13-May 25, 2007
Location One presented the opening of the installation StarLine Tours by resident artist Jeanette Doyle, (Ireland) on April 12th from 6 to 8 pm. The installation consists of video, audio (approximately 1h40mins.) and digital prints on watercolor paper, and was on view in the Project Gallery through Friday May 25th.
Lydia Venieri (Greece) Lydia is a multiple media artist whose work ranges from sculpture to installations incorporating painting, photography, video and the Internet. The fusion of mythological references with the everyday lies at the heart of her inspiration : âI create universes and landscapes where I project stories, conspiracy theories related to the media and mythological legendsâ.
Isabelle Ferreira (France) Isabelleâs work seems to prevail within that unlikely calm preceding the breaking storm. Her videos and sculptures - on occasion performance and installations- appear to leave time at a loose end: gesture and motion are slowed down and hidden rhythms revealed.
Ruey-Hsiaan Hsu (Taiwan)
Ruey-Hsiaan Hsu uses mechanical elements as a creative medium. He builds technically complex and conceptually sophisticated âmachinesâ whose motions are activated by the audience and stimulate memories and emotions. Exploring the ways in which sound, images, and new media might be used to extend the language of his work are a new development.
Jeanette Doyle (Ireland). This triptych work addresses Doyleâs ongoing interest in the St. Patrickâs Day parade and how an event of this nature can segue into militarism. Framed against the entrance to the Metropolitan Museum of Modern Art, the video displayed in the central television features the parade in 2007 as it draws to an end. On the adjacent TVs, the artist has painted the image of a policeman that she photographed as he stuck out his tongue at the 2006 parade. A DVD of a solid color plays behind each painted television, green on one side and blue on the other. This new work reinforces the notion of the rendering of the self into spectacle, the Disney-fication and remote construction of National identity. Jeanette Doyle (Ireland) earned critical acclaim with her first post-graduate exhibition, winning the Overall Prize at ev+a â95, curated by Maria de Corral. Since then, her practice has concerned itself, often playfully, with the interrogation of a number of different disciplines and stances. Her work has been exhibited widely both in Ireland and abroad; including Ecole Nationale SupĂ©rieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris; Museum of Modern Art, Croatia; Brisbane Institute of Modern Art; Australian Centre for Contemporary Art; the ICA and Studio Voltaire, London; Dublin City Gallery, the Hugh Lane and the Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork. Doyle has also held solo exhibitions at the Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art, Helsinki; Limerick City Gallery of Art; City Arts Centre, Dublin; Fenderesky Gallery, Belfast and Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin. In 2003 and 2005 she showed at Eurojet Futures at the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin.
On View, a new work from On Translation Series, conceived and shot in Japan, post-produced in New York at Location One, is a work about viewing, lookingâŠ waitingâŠ as contemporary rituals. Waiting in lines, airport standby, museum audience, tourist photo opportunitiesâŠ Interrogations on where, when, why, who and what are part of the intention of the work.
Marta Deskur was born in Krakow in 1962 and studied at the Ăcole de Beaux Arts, Aix-en-Provence. She received the DiplĂŽme National Superieur dâexpression plastique in 1998. Her latest work, Rodzina (Family) has been exhibited in Poland at the Goethe Institute and elsewhere in Europe. Web project New Baby? was created during Marta Deskurâs residency at Location One